A history of Pikeville College and its presidents. Table of Contents: Acknowledgements; Foreword by President William H. Owens; Pikeville College History Highlights; The Presidents; The Founders - William C. Condit and James P. Hendrick; David Blyth - The First President; The First Graduation - Nona Connolly, Mary Elizabeth Syck and Jay Sidney Gray; Dr. James F. Record - The Beginning of an Era for Pikeville College; Student Life - College Activities 1903-1906; Survival - The War Years 1911-1919; Mary Inglis Spilman - Teacher, Mentor, and Friend; William M. Justice - A Teacher Speaks for Pikeville College; The First Founders' Day - October 1925; The Roaring '20s - Activities on Campus at Pikeville College; The End of an Era - Dr. Record Leaves Pikeville College, 1932; Frank McClelland - Leading the College Through the Depression; Years of Anxiety - 1937-1941; A Time to Build - The Administration of Dr. A.A. Page, 1940-1962; Marching Ahead - The Early 1960s; Clinging to Values - Pikeville College in the Space Age; Dr. Jackson O. Hall - A Decade of History; William H. Owens - Positioning the College for its Second Century; Poems for the College by William McKinley Justice
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